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ACHILLEA millefolium (Yarrow) The attractive foliage and durable flowers of the Yarrows make them an indispensable plant for summer gardens. These sun lovers are undemanding, resistant to drought, and intolerant of heavy, wet soils. They also make excellent flowers for cutting and drying. Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Sassy Summer Lemon' Not only will you love the huge flower heads of bright, sunny yellow blooms and silvery foliage, but you'll be equally delighted by its earlier bloom time. H 28-32"
 
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NEW! AGASTACHE x. 'Kudos Ambrosia' Creamy coconut, pale orange and light rose pink spikes in neat compact mounds. Flower colors change constantly, blending well with almost any color in the spectrum. Agastache is one of the best plants for attracting hummingbirds to the garden. H 17-22", Full Sun, Zone 5-9
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ALLIUM A large and varied genus, including chives and ornamental onions. Alliums are useful as contrast plants, cut flowers, culinary herbs and insect deterrents. Prefer full sun, tolerate dry soil.
NEW! x. 'Globemaster' A true showstopper, growing to about 32 inches tall. Very large, majestic purple spheres up to 8 inches across bear numerous star-shaped, deep lilac flowers in May and June. Zone 5-9
 
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ANEMONE (Windflower) A large genus consisting of the Fall blooming Japanese Anemones and the Spring bloomers that are native to North America. All have mounds of lovely foliage. All prefer rich, moist, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Most prefer to be shaded from the midday sun. Zone 5-8.
NEW! x. 'Fall in Love Sweetly' When other plants in your garden are fading, FALL IN LOVE™ 'Sweetly' is just getting started, producing rich, semi-double, rose pink flowers. H 20-26"
 
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AQUILEGIA (Columbine) Columbines are delicate, clump-forming plants which bloom in early summer and are charming in bouquets. All have beautiful foliage and uniquely shaped blooms. They thrive in sun or partial shade and a well-drained soil. Some reseed easily. Zone 3-8.
NEW! caerulea 'Kirigami Pink' Bold, vibrant color of rose with pink corollas and upward facing flowers. H 14-24"
 
NEW! 'Little Lantern' A dwarf selection of columbine native to the Eastern US. The nodding bright red and yellow flowers appear in late spring. H 10-12", Zone 3-8.
 
NEW! spring magic series The different flowers of this series feature bold hues of blue, pink, yellow and white, all accented with white. H 12-16".
 
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ASARUM (Wild Ginger) An wonderful genus, excellent as a woodland ground cover. Glossy heart-shaped leaves of deep green. Once established it is very drought tolerant. Full/partial shade, humus-rich moist soil.
NEW! caudatum (Western Wild Ginger) A rare offering! The leaves are a bit shinier and have a lemony-ginger scent when rubbed. H 5-7", Zone 5-8
 
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ASTER Large genus of perennials with a variety of heights, all with daisy-like blooms. Great for attracting butterflies. Grow in sun or part shade in a well-drained soil. Zone 4-8.
NEW! macrophyllus 'Twilight' (Big Leaf Aster) Producing a profusion of lavender-blue daisy flowers with yellow centers, on this mildew-resistant aster. Great butterfly nectar plant. H 1-3'
 
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ASTILBE (Plume Flower) Very hardy, showy, plume-like flowers on attractive, often glossy foliage. They love rich, deep, moist soil in partial shade, but will grow in sunny sites where the soil really holds moisture or has irrigation. Rabbit and deer resistant.
NEW! 'Look At Me' A Dwarf Habit! Sweet bubblegum pink flowers on shocking red stems. Very compact. Flowers early to mid-summer. 15-17", Zone 3-9.
 
NEW! 'Lowlands Ruby Red' Dense plume-like panicles of deep red. Blooms mid-season. H 20-24"
 
NEW! 'Mighty Plonie' Tall floriferous variety. Pure white plumes and clear green foliage. Blooms mid-season. H 38"
 
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BAPTISIA (False Indigo) Native to North America, False Indigos are wonderful, long-lived perennials with gorgeous pea-like blooms, followed by attractive seed pods. The lovely textured, bluish-green foliage forms large, bushy clumps. Superb cut flower and cut foliage. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil.
NEW! 'Dark Chocolate' This variety shares the same, nearly black, charcoal purple flowers as 'Dutch chocolate', but has much taller flower spikes-up to 27 inches tall. H 3-3.5'
 
NEW! 'Lemon Meringue' Amazing long charcoal buds and lemon yellow flowers. This color really pops! 3'
 
NEW! 'Pink Lemonade' Unique bi-color flower spikes, the first bi-color of the series. In late spring, soft yellow flowers age to dusty raspberry purple, and both colors appear on the stem at the same time. Charcoal stems really make the colors pop. H 3.5-4'.
 
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BUDDLEIA davidii (Butterfly Bush) A shrub with large, fragrant, colorful flowers that attract a flutter of butterflies into your summer garden. Butterfly Bushes are extremely easy to grow. July-September. Zone 5-10
NEW! 'Black Knight' Deep purple fragrant flowers. 5'-7'
 
NEW! 'Grand Cascade' Unlike the typical Butterfly Bush, the panicles on this flowering shrub cascade downward, light lavender purple flower panicles are enormous at 12-14" long and 4" thick. They're nearly the size of your head! H 5.5 to 6'
 
NEW! 'Nanho Blue' Fragrant, arching clusters of really long, violet-blue flowers on this compact selection. H 3-5'
 
NEW! 'Prince Charming' Bright raspberry pink colored blossoms are 10” in length making them an absolute stunner. H 4'
 
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NEW! CARYOPTERIS clandonensis 'Dark Knight' (Blue Mist or Bluebeard) Blue mist shrub is aptly named as its gray-green foliage is shrouded in a cloud of deep purple blue flowers from mid to late summer. It is a well-behaved garden plant that is very attractive to butterflies. H 2-3', Zone 5-9
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CENTRANTHUS ruber (Jupiters Beard -Red Valerian) An old-fashioned cottage garden favorite, is a well-branched, bushy, clump-forming, woody-based perennial which is valued for its ability to produce, often in poor soils. Blooms spring to frost. Zone 5-9
NEW! 'Pretty Betsy' Beautiful flower clusters of pink to coral red! Great choice for an old fashioned or cutting garden! H 2-3'
 
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CHRYSANTHEMUM This is a genus of about 20 species of upright bushy perennials, grown primarily for their showy flowerheads which consist of ray florets in a variety of colors and different forms. They enjoy full sun and average garden soil.
NEW! 'White Mountain' Beautiful large daisy flower with a yellow center and long white petals that bloom on strong, sturdy stems. H 2-3'
 
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NEW! CHRYSOGONUM virginianum var. australe 'Superstar' (Golden Star) A popular shade tolerant ground cover with bright yellow star-shaped flowers. Glossy dark green leaves with short flowering stem. Spreads quickly by above ground stolons. Native to Eastern U.S., blooms late spring to early summer. H 6-10", Zone 5-9
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CIMICIFUGA (Black Snakeroot) Tall racemes of tiny flowers tower over fine foliage. Good for cutting. Interesting as a specimen plant and beautiful in masses. Prefers partial shade and moist, well-drained soil high in organic matter. Zones 4-8.
NEW! japonica 'Shade Runner' A great ground cover plant for a large deep shady area as it spreads by runners. It tolerates deep shade, with maple-like leaves that are 10" across and spikes of white flowers in late summer. Foliage 10-16", flowers 3-4'
 
NEW! simplex 'Black Negligee' A purple-leaved bugbane with deeply-cut, dark purplish-black leaves on branched, dark stems. Foliage has a lacy effect, hence the cultivar name. Large, aromatic, purplish-white bottlebrush flowers 2' above the foliage. H 4-5'
 
NEW! simplex 'Black Negligee' A purple-leaved bugbane with deeply-cut, dark purplish-black leaves on branched, dark stems. Foliage has a lacy effect, hence the cultivar name. Large, aromatic, purplish-white bottlebrush flowers 2' above the foliage. H 2-4'
 
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COREOPSIS (Tickseed) Well known perennials with pinnately lobed foliage absolutely covered with bright daisies. Tickseed is easy to grow and have a long bloom time. Ideal for the low-maintenance garden. Attracts butterflies. Prefers full sun and average to poor, well-drained soil. Most zone 5-9.
NEW! auriculata 'Elfin Gold' (Mouse Ear Coreopsis) Very low growing with single, bright golden yellow, daisy-like flowers and small leaves. Over time it spreads by stolons into mats of dark green foliage, 18-24" across. H 6-8", Zone 4-9.
 
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NEW! CYPRIPEDIUM x. 'Victoria' This large yellow lady-slipper is a striking plant. It has a somewhat bigger pouch than C. pubescens and is a creamier yellow color. The tendrils are a nice burgundy. (C.pubescens x C. fasciolatum) H 2-16 in. Light shade, cool moist rich well-drained soil. Zone 4-7
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DELOSPERMA (Hardy Ice Plant) Bright little daisies adorn glossy, rounded, succulent foliage. A cheerful ground cover or edging plant for hot, dry spots. Borderline hardy so provide good drainage and mulch in winter. Full sun, well-drained soil. Summer. Zone 4/5-8
NEW! jewel of the desert series Flowers from Spring until frost, longer than the typical ice plant, very compact series, 4 to 6" tall and 4 to 8" spread. Also, very winter-hardy and drought resistant. Available as 'Garnet', bright red, with a yellow center and 'Grenade', orange petals with a red center.
 
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NEW! DENDRANTHEMA (Hardy Garden Mum) A vigorous cold hardy perennial. They like full sun and well-drained soil. Much more drought tolerant than standard florist mums. A more natural, less formal look for the fall flower border. Zones 5-9
NEW! 'Bolero' Bolero' is an abundant bloomer with 3.5 inch wide, deep gold, daisy-like flowers that appear on tight, mounded plants. H 1-2'
 
NEW! 'Cambodian Queen' Exceptionally large lavender-pink daisy flowers cover this vigorous mum from September to frost. H 2'
 
NEW! 'Sheffield Pink' Single daisy-like apricot pink flowers with golden yellow centers cover this plant with a profuse bloom from late summer to frost. H 2-3'
 
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DIANTHUS A large genus including carnations, pinks, and Sweet Williams. Great for massing in perennial borders and for cut flowers. Prefer full sun and alkaline well-drained soil. Add lime yearly. Zone 5-9, unless otherwise noted.
NEW! 'Fire Witch' Showy, profuse, fragrant magenta- pink blooms spring thru fall. Outstanding ground cover particularly on dry slopes. 8-12" high, 12-18" wide
 
NEW! 'Tiny Rubies' Clove scented, double deep rose-pink blooms with serrated edges. Flowering in early summer and then reblooming in the fall. Mounding, 4-5" high, 10-12" spread.
 
NEW! x. 'Angel of Enlightment' Fragrant, frilly dark pink on light pink flowers with a tidy, compact habit. Long blooming. H 10-12"
 
NEW! x. 'Constant Beauty Crimson Picotee' Beautiful, double, crimson picotee blooms atop mound of blue-green foliage. Blooms early spring through summer with continued flowering into late summer. H 6-10", Zone 4
 
NEW! x. 'Early Bird Chili' Early blooming dark coral, double flowers appear April through October on compact blue-green foliage. Fragrant blooms have enticing clove-like scent. H 6-8"
 
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DICENTRA (Bleeding Heart) Known for their lovely sprays of pendant, heart-shaped flowers and fern-like foliage. Bleeding Hearts prefer a rich, well-drained soil and partial shade. Zone 4-9
NEW! formosa 'Aurora' This fern-leaf bleeding heart bears large clusters of white, heart-shaped flowers on 14" stems, blooming prolifically in late spring and continues through summer.
 
NEW! 'White Gold' Arching lime green-colored stems carry chains of crisp white heart-shaped flowers above the dramatic metallic gold leaves. H 24-30"
 
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ECHINACEA (Coneflower) Coneflowers are native North American wild flowers with lance shaped leaves and daisy-like flowers. An excellent cut flower and butterfly attractant. Prefers full to half day sun and well-drained soil. Mid to late summer blooms. Jacqui has gone coneflower crazy- you might think it is her favorite perennial! Zone 4-8, unless otherwise noted.
NEW! 'Double Scoop Cranberry' Fully double flowers with a cranberry red centers, sturdy stems and compact plants. Flowers have subtle color changes as they mature. H 20-26"
 
NEW! eye catcher series These single flowering varieties come in bold colors, better basal branching compared to older genetics, and are fairly compact. H 16-18", Zone 5-8.
 
NEW! 'Atomic Orange' Large, 4½", attractive, vibrant tangerine orange flowers with a dark cone.
 
NEW! 'Canary' Large, 5" golden yellow flowers with overlapping petals and golden yellow cones. Flowers mature to soft yellow.
 
NEW! 'Green Twister' Green Twister’ has lemon-lime petals that transition to a light pink or carmine red near the center cone. H 2-3'
 
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NEW! ECHINOPS ritro 'Veitchs Blue' A clump-forming plant with golf ball sized, 1-2", dark blue thistle-like flower heads atop stiff stems with deeply lobed, dark green, thistle-like foliage. H 30-36", Zone 3-8
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EPIMEDIUM (Barrenwort) Excellent low-growing plant for shade. Lush heart-shaped foliage makes an excellent semi-evergreen, weed suppressing ground cover. Delicate sprays of spring flowers add to its charm. Prefers part to full shade. Will tolerate drought once established. April- May, Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Asuza' Compact, short in stature with comparatively sizeable white flowers in spring, and heart-shaped leaves with a red tinge. This is a deciduous species. H 6-8"
 
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FERNS Ferns reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. All Ferns listed prefer partial to full shade and rich, moist soils high in organic matter unless otherwise stated.
NEW! venustum (Himalayan Maidenhair) A miniature version of our native Maidenhair Fern. Very dainty and delicate looking with fine fronds on black stalks. H 6-12", Zone 5-8
 
NEW! makinoi (Holly Fern) Glossy evergreen clumper. The fronds are tough, stout and scaly with a neat habit, vigorous. H 2'
 
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GERANIUM (Cranesbill) With lovely flowers and delicately cut foliage, perennial geraniums make excellent border plants. Varied in heights, some can be incorporated into rock gardens. Cut back taller varieties after first bloom to encourage rebloom. All provide nectar for butterflies. Full sun to partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. Most will tolerate a variety of conditions.
NEW! 'Album' 'Album' bears white flowers that are flushed pale-pink with long, pink tipped stamens. H 8-12"
 
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GEUM (Avens) Rosettes of handsome, hairy foliage bear colorful saucer shaped flowers on long stems. Best shaded from the midday sun. Cut back hard for a rebloom. Full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Zone 5-8
NEW! x. 'Pretticoats Peach' Flowers Spring & reblooms all summer long. Profuse peach and yellow flowers are semi-double and ruffled when in bloom on dark red stems. Compact. H 10"
 
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GRASSES Ornamental Grasses have become increasingly popular in gardens. They are grown for their showy foliage and are generally very low maintenance.
NEW! SCHIZACHYRIUM scoparium 'Blue Heaven' Beautiful, bright steel blue color with purple highlights. In fall it turns to burgundy red with purple and violet highlights. Tolerates heat and humidity well. H 42-54", Zone 3-9
 
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HELIOPSIS helianthoides (False Sunflower) Prolific bloomer, with many daisy-like flowers. They are long blooming and great for mid summer to fall color. Most Zone 5-8. Tolerates poor, dry soil.
NEW! 'Bleeding Hearts' This variety is fire red at first, then orange-red turning to bronze. It has dark purple leaves, black stems, a sturdy habit and reliable first year blooming. H 48"
 
NEW! 'Burning Hearts' Sturdy plants with dark purple, almost black stems and foliage sports daisy-like blooms of bright yellow with red centers from July to October. Extremely floriferous, deer-resistant plants. H 3-4'
 
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HELLEBORUS (Lenten Rose) Woodland plants which produce clumps of glossy leaves, and thick, leafy clusters of cup shaped flowers. Earliest perennial to bloom, often blooming during snow-melt. Prefers part shade and moist, organic, neutral-alkaline soil. Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Romantic Getaway' 3", single white flowers with a dramatic red patterned center.
 
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HEMEROCALLIS (Daylily) Very hardy garden flower with long, grass-like foliage and trumpet shaped flowers, reminiscent of a lily. Blooms last just one day but are produced abundantly during a long blooming season. Early bloomers (E) begin in late June, mid-season bloomers (M) in mid-July, and late bloomers (L) in August. Tetraploid varieties (TET) have more chromosomes, are stronger and offer an array of color and sizes. Re-bloomers(RB) and ever-bloomers(EB) flowers all summer long. Zone 3-9
NEW! 'Lavender Blue Baby' 5½", incredibly recurved lavender purple petals have a pronounced lavender blue eye. The two colors complement each other beautifully, and they practically glow in the sun. Fragrant! H 28", M-L-RB
 
NEW! 'Romantic Returns' With a striking deep rose-pink color, the flowers of ‘Romantic Returns’ are remarkably large, at 5”, for a re-blooming daylily. The ruffled petals add delicate sophistication to a plant that is easy to grow. H 25", E-M-RB
 
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HEUCHERA (Coral Bells) Loose clusters of bell-shaped flowers are borne on wiry stems over low mounds of striking, rounded foliage. Coral Bells are useful in cottage gardens, cut flower gardens, and butterfly gardens. Crosses are the Villosa Hybrids, which are tolerant to heat and humidity. Full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained, organic rich soil. Early summer. Zone 4-8
NEW! northern exposure series We sought out the most cold tolerant northern species from Canada for this hybrid. This showy garden plant was bred from hardy H. richardsonii and looks good longer in the season than other Heuchera. Great rust resistance and longevity. H 14", full shade, part shade, full sun
 
NEW! 'Amber' Clean lines for the landscape with clear amber, round leaves on a dense, medium size mound.
 
NEW! 'Lime' Lime green leaves that stay lime green all year. It forms a dense rounded mound and has narrow spikes of rust-red flowers.
 
NEW! x. 'Champagne' This is a stunning plant with medium size leaves changing from peach to gold to champagne-gold with a strong white veil overall. Free-flowering maroon stems with light peach flowers most of the season. H 11' X 11', Part Shade, Full Shade
 
NEW! x. 'Midnight Rose Select' Burnished black leaves, dappled with spots of hot pink in spring, lightening to cream and pink in summer. H 10-12", part shade to full sun
 
NEW! x. 'Timeless Treasure' Small, pewter leaves have dark veins, totally covered with large rosy pink flowers on mahogany stems. Repeatedly sends up new flushes of flowers. H 8-10", Full sun to full shade
 
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HEUCHERELLA A group of hybrids between Heuchera and Tiarella, combining the characteristics of both parents making them pleasing additions to the front border. They tolerate sun, but prefers afternoon shade. Darker varieties perform well in full sun. Moist, fertile soil. Zone 4-9
NEW! x. 'Pink Revolution' 100 stems of magenta pink flowers at once! It is truly a blooming machine, deeply cut foliage will develop silver and purple markings as they mature each season, giving the plant multiple seasons of interest. H 12-15" X 18-24" W
 
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HOSTA (Plantain Lily) Grown for its lovely and varied mound-forming foliage. Most bloom in June or July. Exceptions are noted. Heights are given for foliage rather than blooms. Hostas benefit from morning sun to encourage flowering and proper leaf color. Variegated varieties and yellow or gold-leaved hostas need some sun to fully develop their color. Green and blue hostas lose some of their intensity with too much sun. Hosta grows best in average to fertile soil, but will survive in poor soils. Zone 3-9
NEW! 'Diamond Lake' Heart-shaped, thick and heavily corrugated blue leaves have wavy margins. The large size of this plant also translates to large leaves: they can get up to 9 inches wide by 11 inches long. H 17" x 45" W.
 
NEW! 'Empress Wu' The largest known hosta available! This massive plant forms a gigantic mound of huge, thick, dark green leaves topped with pale reddish violet flowers. It will make a fantastic statement in your shade garden! H 36 to 48" x 60-72" W.
 
NEW! 'Etched Glass' Very wide, dark green margins contrast with a bright, brilliant yellow margin, with a light green pattern in the center. Very large and fragrant, white flowers in late summer. H 36" x 36" W.
 
NEW! 'Sun Mouse' Bright yellow rounded leaves make a 6 inch tall mound. A relative of 'Blue Mouse Ears'. Lavender flowers in midsummer. Part shade to full shade.
 
NEW! 'Waterslide' 'Waterslide' has wavy, ruffled leaves with heavy substance. The blue, rippled leaves look like water splashing in the shade garden, and hold their blue color well into the summer season. Lavender flowers appear on scapes in late summer. H 14" x 17" W
 
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IBERIS sempervirens (Candytuft) A bright spot in the early Spring garden. Evergreen, mound-forming foliage bears clusters of flowers. Valuable as a ground cover in rock and wall gardens. Drought and salt tolerant, deer resistant, thrives in poor soil. Full sun. H 6-12", Zone 3-10.
NEW! 'Pink Ice' Flat clusters of large, pink flowers with small dark-pink centers, spring through fall. H 6-8"
 
NEW! 'Sweetheart' Thick cushions of vivid pink blooms cover 4-6" tall plants to create a carpet of color. Blooms age to brilliant lilac.
 
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IRIS A large genus of plants with long, blade-like foliage and showy flowers excellent for cutting. With a wide range of color, bloom times, and cultural requirements, there are Iris for every garden.
NEW! 'Lady in Waiting' Near-white, lightly ruffled, double flowers with brushed lavender edges. The resulting flowers have a flat, open form. Signals are marked as small, simple yellow blotches. H 2-3'
 
NEW! 'Picotee Wonder' With white and lavender blue flowers that are 5-6" across, this Japanese iris blooms a bit later than the others in this group, extending the flowering season. H 30-40"
 
NEW! 'Pink Lady' This summer blooming Iris has clear pink petals and a yellow throat. H 32-36"
 
NEW! 'Temple Bells' Beautiful dark purple flowers with yellow accents. H 3-4'
 
NEW! 'Fall Fiesta' A bi-color tall bearded iris with ruffled amber-tan falls topped with creamy yellow standards. Blooms in mid to late season. H 32-36"
 
NEW! 'Currier' Large purplish/ red falls, white wire rim and yellow base. Purplish standards. H 33"
 
NEW! 'I See Stars' Unusual-looking Siberian iris is sure to be a star in the garden. Its 5½" flowers have six medium to dark blue flat petals with a clear white signal area netted in blue. H 26-30"
 
NEW! 'Peacock Ginger Twist' Layers of color – lavender standards, ginger falls, speckles all over and pearly pale gold styles. H 24-28"
 
NEW! 'Peacock Uncorked' 'Uncorked' has unique flowers in shades of golden yellow, sky blue, and purple-black with detailed veining. H 24-28"
 
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KNAUTIA macedonica (Pincushion Plant) Multitudes of pincushion flowers are produced tirelessly all summer long. A cute little flower that politely self-sows. Prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. Zone 5-9
NEW! 'Mars Midget' A compact selection of this summer-long bloomer. It forms a low mound of grey-green leaves, bearing small ruby-red button flowers that open in succession over several months. H 12-18"
 
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KNIPHOFIA hirsata (Torch Lily-Red Hot Poker Plant) Large spikes of tubular flowers blaze above grassy foliage. Buds are richly colored and open from the bottom of the flower spike. Full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Intolerant of wet heavy soils. Bloom Late July-August. Zone 5(6)-9
NEW! popsicle series Compact habit. Blooms from summer into fall – a massive rebloomer! Attractive grassy foliage which looks great all season. High-impact colors.
 
NEW! 'Mango Popsicle' Delicious spikes of sweet, mango-orange. H 18-30"
 
NEW! 'Orange Vanilla Popsicle' A two-toned beauty topped with flower spikes of red orange over the creamy white on the bottom. H 18-30"
 
NEW! 'Redhot Popsicle' Lively, cinnamon red flowers on short, compact plants for the smaller garden. H 16-20"
 
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LUPINUS A member of the Legume family, this native should be planted in full to part sun in slightly acidic soils that are moisture retentive yet well drained. Lupines thrive in climates where cool weather persists throughout the summer so it is best to allow them to reseed here. June-July, Zone 3-7
NEW! 'West Country Persian Slippers' A mass of sturdy upright flower spikes that reach 24-36 inches tall. These sturdy spikes feature amazing blooms that as they open reveal periwinkle blue and white petals.
 
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LYCHNIS Greek word for lamp, referring to the flame colored flowers of some species and the fact that the felt-like leaves were once used for lamp wicks.
NEW! x. 'Lipstick' Huge, lipstick-red blooms are offset by bronze foliage on this drought-tolerant beauty. Attractive seed pods for fall interest. Early-late summer. H 4', Zone 4-9.
 
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NEPETA (Catmint) A member of the mint family, it is extremely easy growing plant with few pests or problems. Repeat bloomers throughout the season. Certain varieties are attractive to cats. Drought hardy and deer resistant.
NEW! 'Cats Pajamas' Blooms about 2-3 weeks earlier! The ball-shaped habit carries long, dark stems that hold indigo blue flowers, blooms from the soil to the tips of the stems. Even when the flowers are past peak, the color of the rosy purple calyxes give your garden an additional splash of color. H 12-14"
 
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PAEONIA Peonies are easy to grow, long-lived and hardy plants. Plant so that the root crown is 1 to 2 inches below the soil, no more. Peonies prefer full sun to part shade and slightly acid, well-drained soil enriched with manure.
NEW! 'Morning Lilac' The fragrant 'Morning Lilac' produces an abundance of vibrant, 6", fuchsia-purple blooms, all accentuated by darker purple and white stripes. Blooms earlier than most varieties—Form ranges from single to semi-double. H 28"
 
NEW! 'Coral Charm' Abundant, nostalgic, large, cup-shaped flowers emerge as a deep persimmon color and bloom out to elegant, coral-cream colored, semi-double flowers with a slight fragrance as they mature. Blooms early to mid season. H 40"
 
NEW! 'Do Tell' An exciting cultivar with two rows of rosy-pink petals, speckled darker in the center, surrounding stamens in shades of white to dark pink. Mildly fragrant. Blooms mid-season. H 32"
 
NEW! 'Sarah Bernhardt' A classic, very fragrant peony with light pink, double blooms with slightly paler edges. Late. Fragrant. H 36".
 
NEW! 'The Fawn' The rose pink blooms are quite large with layer upon layer of crepe paper-like petals, the backsides of the guard petals sporting unusual fawn-like dark pink speckles. Fragrant. Blooms mid-season (June). H 34"
 
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PENSTEMON (Beard Tongue) A large genus with great variety. Foliage is narrow and flowers are trumpet-shaped. Loved by hummingbirds and butterflies. Full to part sun and well-drained light or sandy soil. Blooming June-July.
NEW! x. 'Blackbeard' Penstemon 'Blackbeard' flowers for a long, long time. Elegant and slender, deep raspberry-colored flowers hang amidst handsome dark, eggplant-purple foliage well into the autumn. H 28-34", Zone 3-8.
 
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PEROVSKIA atriplicifolia (Russian Sage) Branching upright stems bear silvery-grey foliage and sprays of fragrant lavender flowers. Lovely cut flowers. Full sun and well drained soil. August-September. Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Baby Jean Blue' For a shorter, more manageable Russian Sage, try ‘Blue Jean Baby’! This variety is one of the earliest Perovskia to bloom. H 28-34"
 
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PHLOX A large and variable genus of prolific and showy bloomers. Most prefer a sunny position and rich moist soil. Their long bloom time may be extended by deadheading spent flowers. Mildew has been a problem with Phlox in the past, but new resistant cultivars are available. Proper cultivation can also help keep mildew under control; keep soil moist, plant in a well-ventilated area, keep foliage dry, and divide mature clumps every 3-4 years.
NEW! 'Peacock White' Bred for its prolific, huge white flowers, tidy, compact size, disease resistance and heat tolerance. An exceptionally long bloomer, you can expect armloads of sweetly scented clusters of pristine white flowers for months. H 18-24"
 
NEW! 'Emerald Pink' Showy display of hot-pink flowers.
 
NEW! 'Eye Candy' Light lavender-pink flowers have a dark wine-purple eye.
 
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PLATYCODON grandiflorus (Balloon Flower) A clump-forming plant bearing upright stems of triangular leaves and clusters of balloon-like buds which open to star-shaped, cupped flowers. A nice cut flower. Balloon Flower is very late to emerge in the spring. It prefers full sun to partial shade and average to rich, well-drained soil. July-August. Zone 3-9
NEW! 'Mariesii Blue' Slightly taller selection with true blue flowers. H 18-24"
 
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PRIMULA (Primrose) Italian for ‘Spring’, these are often the first gems of color following winter. Flowers bloom on stems rising from basal clusters of broad leaves. Partial shade and moist, rich soil. Zone 4-8.
NEW! x. 'Pacific Hybrids' Highly praised for its large flower size and clear, vibrant colors. Flowers freely in a wide range of colors including yellow, maroon, lavender, white, pink, and blue-violet. Most have large eyes of contrasting colors. H 6-8"
 
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NEW! PYCNANTHEMUM muticum (Short-toothed Mountain Mint) Silvery bracts highlight dense clusters of small pinkish flowers from summer to early fall. The leaves smell strongly of spearmint when crushed, like other mints, may be used in teas. The flowers are a great source of nectar for the smaller type butterflies. Thrives in a wide variety of conditions. Can be aggresive. 3'
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RODGERSIA With its bold, divided leaves, this forms an exotic-looking clump with large airy plumes that appear in early to mid-summer. Plants prefer a moist, dappled shade setting. Zone 4-9.
NEW! podophylla Attractive, palmate leaves that emerge bronze in spring but mature to a deep, dark green. From midsummer it bears upright clusters of cream-green, star-shaped flowers. H 3-5'
 
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RUDBECKIA fulgida (Black Eyed Susans) Black-Eyed Susan or Coneflowers are showy, native North American wild flowers. Daisy-like flowers with large, raised, brown centers are wonderful cut flowers. Attract butterflies. Easy to grow in full sun to light shade and average to moist, well-drained soil.
NEW! laciniata 'Autumn Sun' (Herbstonne) Forms an enormous, upright clump of multi-branched stems bearing huge, lemon yellow daisies with drooping petals. July-September. H 3-6', Zone 5-9
 
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SALVIA (Garden Sage) Popular garden plants with attractive basal foliage supporting lovely spires of mostly purplish flowers. Provides a fine mass of color in the garden. The flower spikes are useful cut flowers. For many of these varieties, if you keep spent flowers removed the plant will continue to flower in flushes throughout the summer. Full sun to partial shade and average, well-drained soil. Zone 3/4-9
NEW! 'Fashionista Sweet Petite' This compact Salvia is absolutely packed with large, lavender pink flowers with near red, dark rose buds. H 14-16"
 
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SCABIOSA (Pincushion Flower) Clumps of basal foliage bear tufted flowers on long stems. A long lasting cut flower. Attracts butterflies. Not reliably hardy, so protect in winter. Full to half day sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Exuberant and long bloomer. June-Oct. Zone 4-8
NEW! flutter series A dwarf Pincushion Flower with large blooms, non-stop from spring through late summer. Terrific for mass planting, edging the border or in pots. Available in Deep Blue, Rose-Pink and Pure White. H 12-14".
 
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SEDUM A large genus of succulent plants with clusters of small, starry flowers. Full sun and lean well drained soil a must! Zone 3/4-9
NEW! takesimense 'Atlantis' Small, serrated leaves are dark green with very wide creamy yellow margins, becoming tinged with pink blush tones with cold temperatures late in fall. Low, spreading sedum. H 4-6"
 
NEW! x. 'Class Act' This outstanding selection forms a strong, substantial mound of green succulent foliage topped with large, deep carmine-pink flower clusters that age to russet. H 18-23"
 
NEW! x. 'Rock n Grow Superstar' Dark turquoise foliage forms a dense, compact, mounded habit. Rosy pink flowers. H 10-12"
 
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SEMPERVIVUM (Hen and Chicks) Succulent rosettes are ideal for hot dry areas like rock gardens and rock crevices. The parent (hen) becomes surrounded by many smaller rosettes (chicks), forming a nice grouping. Full sun and well-drained soil. Zone 3-8
NEW! x. 'Dynamo' A deep plum-red with green at the center of the plant. Very showy coloring which holds year around. Long slender leaves give the plant an artichoke-like form. H 4-6"
 
NEW! x. 'Emerald Empress' Rosettes of emerald green foliage tipped with burgundy take on deeper red tones with cool temperatures. H 1-4" x 6-12" W
 
NEW! x. 'Green Wheel' Adorable bright green tightly layered rosettes add a new spin to the rock garden. Mature hens are 4-6" tall.
 
NEW! x. 'Red Heart' Green foliage washed with deep ruby red. Spikes of pastel flowers in summer. H 2-4"
 
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NEW! SOLIDAGO 'Little Lemon' This diminutive beauty is exceptionally compact with bright, light yellow flowers beginning in late summer and lasting well into fall. Full sun. H 12-18", Zone 4-9
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STACHYS Members of the mint family, most with hairy leaves and stems. Flowers are carried in tiered whorls on erect stems. These long lived, very hardy perennials have excellent drought and heat tolerance. Full sun to light shade. Average to moist, well-drained soil. Zone 4-8
NEW! macrantha 'Morning Blush' Producing dozens of clustered spikes of pink-flushed tubular blooms over basal clumps in the late spring and early summer. The dense foliage grows to four inches tall and the plants reach 14-16 inches in height when in bloom.
 
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STOKESIA laevis (Stokes Aster) Broad rosettes of shiny green, lance shaped leaves. Branched flower stalks bear flat aster-like flowers with fuzzy centers mid-July through August. Nice planted in groups. Grow in full sun to light shade and well-drained soil. Zone 5-9
NEW! 'Peachies Pick' Dense clumps of healthy, deep green foliage topped with dozens of large blue flowers. Perhaps the best Stokes Aster available! H 18"
 
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NEW! TANACETUM coccinuem 'James Kelway' (Painted Daisy or Pyrethrum) Popular cut flowers recognized by its famous bright red daisy with bright yellow center and fern like foliage. Blooms early summer in full sun, part sun. H 18-20", Zone 3-7
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NEW! TRIFOLIUM repens A perennial ground cover and edger, a fantastic companion to other container plants, gracefully cascading over the edges. Tolerant of extreme heat and cold, hardy plants grow energetically in sun and shade. H 3-5" x 10-14" spread. Zone 4-10
NEW! '4 Luck Coco Mint' Burgundy brown with green centers.
 
NEW! '4 Luck Green Glow' Unusual bicolor shades of greens.
 
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TROLLIUS (Globeflower) Showy, spring flowering perennial producing clumps of broad deeply divided leaves. Waxy, cupped, golden flowers are terrific for cutting. Cut back after first flush of flowers and fertilize for a rebloom. They prefer a cool spot in full sun to partial shade, with moist, humus soil. Early summer.
NEW! chinensis 'Golden Queen' 'Golden Queen' produces 2-3 inch wide, golden-orange, bowl-shaped flowers from late spring into midsummer. H 24-36", Zone 3-7
 
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NEW! UVULARIA sessilifolia 'Variegatum' (Variegated Wild Oats or Merry Bells) This dainty woodland sports a nice white edge around every leaf. It emerges in very early spring and is topped by small yellow flowers. Being slowly stoloniferous, it will make a 1' wide patch in 5 years...very durable, easy to grow, and summer dormant. Part sun to shade. H 8", Zone 4-8
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VERONICA (Speedwell) A large genera comprised of both upright and prostrate species. Upright flower spikes and linear leaves are common characteristics. Some creeping varieties have rounded blooms. All make exceptional border plants that respond well to deadheading. Loved by butterflies. Full to half day sun and average, well drained soil that does not dry out completely. Avoid hot, dry sites. Zone 4-8
NEW! 'Wizard of Ahhs' One of the earliest Veronica to bloom, this plant produces thick spikes of intense, violet blue flowers that cover the top half of a low, wide habit. H 14-16" x 22" W
 
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VERONICASTRUM virginicum (Culvers Root) The tall flower spikes of this native plant provide a strong accent and good vertical height, the lance-shaped leaves with whorled foliage provide interest early summer. Typically will grow 4-5' in bloom. Prefers moist, well drained soil, full to partial sun. Zone 3-10.
NEW! 'Cupid' Tall spires of blue-lilac flowers that will bloom from mid to late summer.
 
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NEW! VIOLA cornuta 'Etain' Large (1.5"), pale yellow, fragrant flowers with lavender-purple margins. Very floriferous and long blooming. Small, low growing plants with evergreen, heart-shaped foliage. Prefer partial shade but will tolerate full sun. Moist, humus-rich soil. H 6-10", Zone 4-9.
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